Old 03-17-2010, 04:44 AM   #1
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Default Jim Thias or other leveling guru, please help

The building in the center of the frame appears level to me.

But I'm usually wrong when I think I've got it right, so please let me know what you think (even if you are not Jim Thias).

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Old 03-17-2010, 05:01 AM   #2
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Charles threw a grid over it and it is level vertically the roof falls away from the centre towards the outside edges and gives an unlevel impression the front of the leading loco is also level vertically.Can anyone tell me how to save the shot with the grid still in place every time i save it the grid disappears.
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Can anyone tell me how to save the shot with the grid still in place every time i save it the grid disappears.
While you have the grid in place, hit your "print screen" button. Paste & save the new image. The new image should have all elements including the grid in view.
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Most of the telephone poles are leaning to the right, so I would say a touch of ccw rotation.
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Thanks, Guys

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While you have the grid in place, hit your "print screen" button. Paste & save the new image. The new image should have all elements including the grid in view.
Thanks will give it a go next time.
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Whoa...now THAT is unlevel.


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